Jordan Rodgers or Robby Hayes?

That is the question on every fan of The Bachelorette's mind today as the time has come for JoJo Fletcher to choose between the former football player and the former competitive swimmer (Seems like she has a type, right?) during tonight's finale of the ABC hit. And when E! News attended the Men Tell All taping, we decided to get some expert opinions on which suitor JoJo would be better off with: her most recent exes, Luke Pell and Chase McNary!

While Chase, the second runner-up, admitted it's a tough call for him because he likes both Jordan and Robby "a lot as individuals," he did go on to say, "Jordan is a good choice for JoJo."

As for Luke, who made it to the final four and is the frontrunner to be the next Bachelor, he also agreed that Aaron Rodgers younger brother seems to be JoJo's pick. 

Jordan, Robby, Jojo, Bachelorette

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"Both are great guys. I  think JoJo was excited about Jordan before anybody stepped out of the limo," Luke explained to us. "There was a lot of hype coming in for him being on the show... she gave him the first impression rode and just looked at him with a lot high expectation from the beginning than she did a lot of the other guys. That's probably the best fit for her, that made her happy then and I think that'll make her happy going forward as well."

Not as optimistic as Luke? Chad Johnson, season 12's resident villain, who was not shy about voicing his dislike for both finalists during the Men Tell All special. "I think she's just going to have to restart," Chad answered when we asked who he thought will end up with JoJo. "Bring it back, call everybody back, we'll restart thing whole thing!" 

And while JoJo herself couldn't tell us if she ends her journey as the Bachelorette as an engaged woman, she said, "I can tell you that I had an unbelievable experience and I am really happy with how things ended and where I'm at now."

To hear more predictions from members of Bachelor Nation, press play on the video above.

The Bachelorette finale airs tonight at 8 p.m. on ABC.

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